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Hello I'm Sally Taylor. Welcome to South Today.

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The dashcam footage shows a lorry driver using a mobile phone

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as he hits a stationary car killing a young woman.

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Who is to blame for the claims of crime figures on this leaflet?

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Why parents of children with mental health problems often

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My job as a parent is to make sure my child is happy and safe

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and all that but I'm seeing it as I've failed.

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The game that's improving communication for those

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Tonight, yet another case of death on the roads because someone

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was using their mobile phone behind the wheel.

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Once more it involves a lorry driver on the A34.

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Dariusz Tokarczyk from Yorkshire has been sentenced to four and a half

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years in prison for causing death by dangerous driving.

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He failed to see the hazard lights of a car broken

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down near the junction with the M4 motorway.

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Jeremy Stern was in Reading Crown Court today.

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This footage was taken from the lorry driven by Dariusz Tokarczyk on

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the a 34 near Chieveley in March last year. I had deserved Vauxhall

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Corsa driven by Jody Moss, a 21-year-old from Swindon. She had

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put the hazard lights on because of engine problems. The lorry did not

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slow down as it neared the car. Reading Crown Court heard Dariusz

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Tokarczyk from Yorkshire was using a hand-held device, probably a mobile

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phone, to change his music in the vital seconds before impact.

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Speaking through a Polish interpreter, he admitted causing

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death by dangerous driving. Judy Moss's family said she died after

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some of the happiest months of her life. They condemned the lorry

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driver. She was a happy student who loved nature, she was caring about

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others. She was taking far too early by a selfish ten second act. The

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driver had plenty of time to act. The devastation caused continues to

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be miserable. We will never forget the pleasure she gave us.

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Sentencing Dariusz Tokarczyk, the judge said he had taken a cavalier

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attitude to using a mobile phone while driving. She said, you did not

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react to the stationary vehicle until it was too late. She also

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described him as irresponsible, reckless and thoughtless. He was

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sentenced to four and a half years in prison and he was bound for

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driving 451 months. Surrey County Council has accused

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an energy company of doing additional drilling at an oil well

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in the green belt without seeking Angus Energy has an existing

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production site at It also has a stake

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in an application for test drilling The company insists it has

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all the permissions needed and planning consent

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is not required. Lewis Coombes is at the Brockham

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Field site near Dorking For 30 years oil has been

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drilled here, Sally, but today it's the centre

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of an ongoing debate between the owners, Angus Energy,

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and Surrey County Council. It's around whether the

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company did or did not require planning permission to drill

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what's known as a sidetrack It's an off-shoot if you like of

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the original borehole, something the company are keen

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to explore as it's thought there could be far greater

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quantities of oil 700 Surrey County Council wrote

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to the company saying it needed planning permission and says it's

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extremely disappointed But Angus Energy says

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the council only controls activities above ground

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and that they've followed all the permissions and guidelines

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required by the three other regulators - the Environment Agency,

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the Oil and Gas authority It is a complicated industry. You

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need oversight for different areas of it. Of course, those other bodies

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need to be approached and you need permits from them. Unless Saudi

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county council don't understand their own permits, it would seem odd

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they add in the run. -- Surrey County Council.

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This is a site that's been at the centre of protests

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Yes, this is different to the anti-fracking protests that

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But last year, two protest camps were set up here at Brockham

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Angus Energy has an interest in that site also an application for test

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I think we need to work through the economic indications and the social

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implications. We need to be careful about what ever is done to develop

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the site. This village has changed over the

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years with the traffic and everything and now we've got the

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tankers coming in. It is a very narrow road and it causes a lot of

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problems for people. It's my understanding

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that ongoing talks will continue between Angus Energy

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and Surrey County Council about whether to apply for

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retrospective planning permission. They will be a number of people who

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will be looking forward to the outcome. We will report on that.

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The judge has begun summing up in the case of Aaron Brown,

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who's accused of the manslaughter of Ryan McKinlay from

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Earlier, Winchester Crown Court was told that a high speed powerboat

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accident that killed Mr McKinlay was caused by an error of judgement.

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Mr Brown's defence barrister told the jury that he was

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This is the turbojet rib owned by Aaron Brown.

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Here, driven by the skipper he had hired to take his

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party of friends out on his larger luxury motor cruiser.

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A little after these pictures were taken Mr Brown

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took the helm with devastating consequences.

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His friend, Ryan McKinlay, a passenger in the rib

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was killed when he collided with the larger boat.

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Prosecutors say his death was foreseeable and avoidable.

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Mr Brown, they say, was driving too fast and too close to the other boat

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in an obviously dangerous and reckless manoeuvre.

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Giving evidence, Mr Brown, seen here on the left,

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He had been trying to spray guests on his cruiser.

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He said at the time he didn't think he was going too fast

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I was intending to turn away, I turned right and the boat

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It happened so quickly, he told the jury tearfully.

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Mr Brown's defence barrister said his client is

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a naturally cautious, careful and considered man.

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He said this was a tragic accident, the result of a serious error

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of judgment and a mistake, he said, that did not

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But the prosecution told the jury this was an inevitable disaster.

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Mr McKinlay died as a result of reckless driving by a man

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The jury will consider its verdict here tomorrow.

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Wiltshire police has had to apologise for releasing figures

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suggesting that crimes against women in the county had gone up by

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The actual increase is just over 100% but the mistake only came

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to light after the original figures were used by the Liberal Democrats

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in an election newsletter and the party was accused

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of scaremongering by the Conservative Police and Crime

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Our Political Editor Peter Henley is here.

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In this era of Fake News we are all scrutinising things

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like election leaflets very carefully.

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This one from the Lib Dems claims Crime Shock.

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A shocking 500% rise in serious crimes against women in five years.

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Now the Crime Commissioner called foul over it.

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Though he was at pains to say in a statement,

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"Whilst holding this office I try to serve

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Which would be all very well, except the 500% figure

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They gave it to a local Herald. The Superintendent was quoted saying the

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bride was largely down to women feeling more confident in coming

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forward. It is that the Lib Dems picked it up from.

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They can't both be right. The police got it wrong. The police quoted

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figures for 2011. The police put out a correction, they would like to

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apologise. The Police and Crime Commissioner

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said the confidence of victims to come forward is key, and alarmist

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article on political newspapers will not help. The Lib Dems say this is

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outrageous. Somebody should have looked

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at it and said either good heavens that's wrong or good

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heavens we need some help. It suggests the commissioner isn't

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familiar with the figures for crime Now we asked Angus McPherson,

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Wiltshire's Police and Crime Commissioner to respond,

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but he didn't want to instead issuing a third statement

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in which he conceded the police mistake was "regrettable"

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but standing by his accusation that the leaflet was alarmist

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because unlike the newspaper articles there was "not a word

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of reassurance or mitigation." However we do now know

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is a substantial rise in reported Sheltering the homeless

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on the island. The bus idea that's now

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being rolled out elsewhere. Many parents of children

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with mental health problems are not asking for help,

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because they feel blamed Researchers at Reading University,

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who've highlighted the seriousness of the issue, say more needs to be

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done to remove the stigma parents feel, so more youngsters

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get the help they need. Nikki Mitchell has been finding out

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more about the difficulties some When I tried to get

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to sleep, I always thought somebody was going to come

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in and murder me. Luke's years of extreme

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anxiety exhausted and upset his family just as

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much as it did him. When I was worried I just thought

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of bad stuff and I couldn't I was fine at school but just

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when I had to go to sleep, I just felt like something

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was going to happen That could go on in till two

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or three o'clock in the morning and it just made this

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spiral of awful effects with his tiredness the next day,

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our own tiredness the next day. It was a volcano just

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bubbling the whole time. Many parents in her

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situation feel a sense of hopelessness and guilt but

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researchers at Reading University have found it is a fear

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of being blamed which stops There is quite a lot

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of work surrounding stigma associated with mental health

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but what this work does is highlight the stigma specifically

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for parents and the blame the parents can feel for having a child

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with mental health difficulties. Both blame that they put on

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themselves but also they are seeing other people blaming them

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for their child's problems. I blamed myself because

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I had a child that, My job as a parent is

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to make sure my child For some parents that

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can put them off seeking help and make it harder

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for them to seek help and perhaps wait until problems have got worse

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and really at crisis point I was so lucky, I had

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the family support, I had my family telling me, you are not a bad

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parent, you are great. But if you haven't got someone

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there to tell you then you need Then you are going to be in a better

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place and you are going to be in a better place

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to help your child With help from children

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and adolescent and mental health services, Luke has now overcome

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much in his anxiety. But frustratingly the waiting

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list is an extremely long one, two to three

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years for many families. Hampshire County Council has today

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decided to press ahead with plans Although there'll now

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be a further four week consultation, it looks likely

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Fort Hill Community School will close at the end

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of the academic year to join forces with Cranborne Business

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and Enterprise College. Let's get more from Jo Kent who's

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at Fort Hill school tonight, Jo, Yes, any big decision affecting

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a child's education is going What we're talking about here

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is a decision to effectively close this school, a school parents

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were fighting to protect. They put forward arguments

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as to why it should stay open but the decision went against them

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leading to some angry outbursts. You didn't tell the community before

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that the school was going to close. You didn't tell us, if you had told

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us before we could have The parents I spoke to said

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they felt they hadn't been listened They're devastated and worried

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about their children. I can honestly say I've got too well

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performing children at that school and it is really, really sad

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that they now are going to face She feels that because of the

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decisions made by an organisation in Winchester her education has now

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been, in her words, screwed up. Like so many things it

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comes down to money. The schools watchdog Ofsted said

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Fort Hill requires improvement, For this September the council says

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the school received only 38 first Schools funding is worked

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out on pupil numbers, to keep it open even for another

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year as the parents had asked would result in a defecit

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of half a million pounds. Meanwhile Cranborne also has

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surplus places but it's on a bigger site so pupils

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from here could be The council said it looked at other

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options but at the end of the day that funding shortfall is something

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it simply can't afford. It was difficult to assess certain

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aspects of the consultation. They kept coming back to the same thing,

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how can we make the school viable and give the quality curriculum we

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want in Fort Hill for the next school year honours? Nobody came up

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with an answer. Well there's another four week

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consultation period. The council says it will

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consider viable options which must only mean some sort

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of outside funding. The parents say they'll fight

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on to save this school. Next an update on a story you may

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remember from before Christmas. Kevin Newton, himself

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a former rough sleeper, wanted to do something to help

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the homeless on the Isle of Wight. So he converted a double decker bus

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into a night shelter. Four months on, it's

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so successful more buses Inside Out's Jon Cuthill has

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been finding out more. Kevin Newton is providing shelter

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for homeless people with nowhere There is no excuse for

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anybody being hungry. The bus will always be

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needed because there are people who lose their jobs,

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they lose where they're living, there are people whose relationships

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will break up. So far, he has had 22 people on

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board and managed to get 11 of them When they first come,

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people arrive at the bus with A young lady came along and insisted

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to take me out and buy She bought me a lovely

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pair of boots which are A lot better than the

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shoes I was wearing. Until three years ago,

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Jonathan was a successful Due to depression, alcoholism

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and divorce, he found himself I had a beautiful five bedroom home

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overlooking the Solent. Now, five more buses

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are being launched on the They have just been donated a bus

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and should be up and running around It is just a great idea

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and it is a really cheap solution It provides safety and shelter

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and food and support. It will help people

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back into society Following the success

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on the Isle of Wight, Kevin's plan is to have a bus

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in every major city in the UK within You can see more on this story

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on Inside Out tonight On to sport now. Some interesting

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talking going on about seven developments at Portsmouth.

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Portsmouth say they have a robust process in place to deal with any

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potential offers of investment the club issued a statement this

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afternoon after reports emerged that former Walt Disney boss

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Michael Eisner had been linked with buying the club.

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South Today understands Eisner has been actively pursuing football

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interests for several months though his Tornante investment firm.

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Among other clubs under consideration was Reading but more

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recently it's thought Portsmouth has been on his radar.

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Any takeover would have to be approved by shareholders.

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Bournemouth's second consecutive premier league win has put the club

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on course for a third season in the top flight

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The stage was set under the lights on Saturday night

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Benik Afobe's deflected shot put them into the lead at the break,

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Alfie Mawson credited with an own goal.

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No one could deny Afobe a second to seal the three points

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so after seven points from nine, what's changed?

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I don't think anything's turned around.

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I think the players stuck with it and didn't get too low and

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didn't get negative, managed to ride out a mini period

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where we weren't getting things as we wanted them to.

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That meant the result has always been key.

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The manager has been talking to us and

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saying we need to look for that and get that back-to-back wins

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We've got a good momentum and hopefully that can

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continue until the end of the season.

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Reading had a big win in the championship on Friday

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night, so here's the rest of the weekend's talking points.

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With Huddersfield losing and Newcastle drawing, Brighton could

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have gone back to the top of the Championship if they had won at

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Garry Monk's side are promotion contenders to.

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They had much of the better of this game.

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A familiar face would return to haunt the Albion.

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Chris Wood starred on loan in their league promotion he put

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With five minutes to play come Albion gave away a spot kick and

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The gap to third is still six points.

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Southampton couldn't quite recover from conceding twice in the opening

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45 minutes of their game at White Hart Lane.

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Christian Eriksen's low driver beating Forster.

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A sterling second hole saw them pull one back. And equaliser was beyond

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them. Portsmouth remain third but they had a date against Stevenage

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and lost 3-0. It was 2-0 by half-time and Paul Cook's three-man

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defence was found wanting. They Portsmouth were down to ten men by

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the time they got this spot kick. Congratulations tonight

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to the Thomas Hardye Their Under-15's reached

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the National Schools Cup Vase They beat Bridgewater High School

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48-5 this weekend. An incredible second half

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performance saw Thomas Hardye score They'll now meet dr

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Challoner's School from Team Solent's women's

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basketball team secured The Hampshire team needed a win

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from this weekend's game to be sure of the title,

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and defeated Bristol Storm Meanwhile Reading Rockets long

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unbeaten run in the men's national league came to an end

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as they suffered defeats at new league champions Northumbria

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and yesterday against Loughborough, A win on Saturday and they'll

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guarantee runners up spot. Worthing Thunder are safe from

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the drop after beating Westminster. Can playing 'light games' with make

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believe bubbles and flowers help Well, a group of care home residents

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from the Isle of Wight have They've been using a device that

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projects interactive images onto a table top

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to help people communicate Our Health Correspondent David

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Fenton has been along to find out. There are many things that people

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with dementia can't do. But they can do this. And this. And this. These

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projected images are part game and part therapy. The clever thing is,

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they move when you touch them. There is an infrared sensor that allows

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people playing with the games to move the right. As it might it is a

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safe environment. The projector is attached to a ceiling. It promotes

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independent activity which is difficult to achieve with people

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with late stage dementia. These care home residents have problems with

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memory and communicating. But within minutes of sitting down, they were

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laughingly talking enjoying themselves. They are engaging. He

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can see the laughter. Social stimulation side of it. I'd better

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keep quiet! I have been here for about an hour

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and they are still playing the games. Some of them are getting

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quite competitive. This is about more than just having fun. I think

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it is so important to live well with dementia. What tends to happen is we

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assume it can't be done but actually it can be dead if we know how to do

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it and this is one of the tools we can use to help others.

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This event was held at a local church but the device is finding its

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way into care homes and NHS hospitals. It is a simple idea but

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it makes people smile and it seems to work.

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That is such a good idea. Sam Fraser is here where theirs this Monday.

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Let's look ahead to the weather. These sheep in Askerswell

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are wondering where spring went. The winds were good news for these

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windsurfers in Mudeford. And the skies frowned over

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the River Dunn in Hungerford, It is the spring equinox but things

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didn't feel springlike today. These guys were leaden and we had some

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rain. Let's look at the weather for the week ahead. It is a real mixed

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bag. We will start to draw in some cold polar air so it will be chilly.

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We will see spells of rain but the winds should ease from midweek.

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Tonight is a chilly affair. Lowes dropping to two Celsius. That means

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that tomorrow will dawn bright but chilly and breezy as well. Some good

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spells of sunshine across the sunshine pity we'll see showers

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moving in fairly quickly and though showers could fall as hail, perhaps

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accompanied by thunder. Anything is possible. Nine Celsius is our top

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temperature. It will feel colder than that in the winter. Tomorrow

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evening, further showers make their way in ahead of an organised band of

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rain. Under the cloudy skies, temperatures a little bit warmer,

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perhaps six Celsius. Looking at Wednesday morning, the remnants of

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that rain starts to make its way east so though should clear by the

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afternoon and we will see is a bright or sunny spells developing

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for most places. The odd shower knocking around. Highs of nine

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Celsius but the wind will have dropped. Looking ahead to Thursday,

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the area of low pressure as over northern France means we could see

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some more rain for Southern counties as you go through the day. Some

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bright spells as well and that is how the story continues as we head

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into Friday. Some cloudy skies with breaks in the cloud. Temperatures

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just creeping up to 10 Celsius. A little bit of rain around. As we

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head into the weekend, it is an improving picture. If you've got

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Mothering Sunday plans it will be good. Some sentient, chilly by night

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and temperatures on I have been told it is international

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happiness day-to-day. How did we do? We will leave you smiling. We will

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be back at eight o'clock. Good night.

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The 24-year-old man has been charged with murder.

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You made sure an innocent man is charged!

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What gives you the right to say that he's innocent?

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If police wrongdoing is part of this, I want to know.

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Huntley's definitely hiding something.

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